When you visit a website that appears to be a fake online banking web page, DontPhishMe will popup an alert with a warning message indicating suspected phising website has been detected.
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Let’s say you want to transfer your blog to a new server. You have uploaded all the files and what is left is just the database.
You can import the database to the new server by using phpMyAdmin but it will take a lot of time if the database size is large. So, the best and easiest solution that I would suggest is, transfer the database by using SSH.
To do that, you must make sure you have SSH access in both servers – old and new server. You can request the access by contacting your hosting provider to enable it for you.
CloudFlare’s Access Restricted page.
I am using CloudFlare system (thanks to LiewCF) to protect my blog from threats and limit abusive bots and crawlers from wasting my bandwidth and server resources. But the problem is, this intelligent system is currently blocking me from accessing my own blog!
It is believed my computer or another computer on my network (P1 Wimax) has been infected by a virus and being used to send spam emails and attack websites. That is why CloudFlare has to block my connection and redirect me to their Access Restricted page (as you can see above).
I have contacted CloudFlare reagarding this issue. For the time being, I have to complete the CAPTCHA if I want to access my blog. But the good thing is, I know that I can trust CloudFlare because it is really can prevent my blog from threats and malicious traffic attacks. 🙂
Personal Blocklist by Google
Sometimes when you do searching on Google, the results you get are not relevant with the keyword you typed. Most of the websites are just a low-quality website and spamming the search engines.
To block the websites from re-appearing in your Google search results, you can use Google Chrome extension, Personal Blocklist. This extension will block the domain and you won’t see it again when you do the searching in Google.
However, you can always revoke a blocked site at the bottom of the search results. You can also edit the blocked websites by clicking on the extension’s icon at the top right of the Google Chrome window.
But just want to let you know, when you block a website, the URL will be sent to Google for their further analysis. With that, they can provide a better algorithm and also use it as a potential ranking signal for their search results.
New Chrome extension: block sites from Google’s web search results [via Google Blog]
Genesis Framework by Studiopress
It’s been 3 years since the last time I changed CypherHackz.Net theme layout on 26 October 2007. This theme, CypherFS DarkSide was designed and coded by myself. And I think it is time to have a fresh look of CypherHackz.Net and use Genesis as the framework.
Why Genesis? Well mostly because I see there are some of the popular bloggers are using Genesis framework, like Problogger and CopyBlogger. I am not sure why these guy use Genesis but there might be a reason in behind.